DataCore Software-Defined Storage combined with Cisco UCS C-Series offers multiple solution-scenario highlights, including external SAN pooling via Cisco VIC connectivity, metro-clustering of existing and new storage for business continuity and disaster recovery, and extreme acceleration for business applications.
Both Citrix and DataCore share a vision of the strategic and practical value of virtualization technology throughout the data center, including storage. With this shared vision, Citrix and DataCore work to optimize the integration of their products to meet the strategic and business needs of their customers, while reducing cost of ownership.
Using DataCore’s powerful Software-Defined Storage platform, Dell’s storage lineup of PowerVault, SC Series, Compellent and EqualLogic products can be easily integrated with existing storage from a variety of vendors, including EMC, Hitachi, HP, IBM and NetApp.
Fujitsu and DataCore solutions combine to deliver exceptional performance and the highest levels of availability to meet growing business demands within larger-scale enterprises.
The powerful combination of industry-leading Lenovo ThinkSystem servers and the rich functionality of DataCore software is the ideal foundation for the modern, software-defined data center.
DataCore uses Microsoft Windows as its foundation platform for innovation in Software-Defined Storage, thereby helping customers realize the true value of a fully-virtualized, Microsoft-based data center. DataCore collaborates extensively with Microsoft to integrate all DataCore products with Microsoft’s virtualization infrastructure products, including Windows Server, Hyper-V, and System Center.
Together, Supermicro™ and DataCore create a solution that is able to harness the full potential of today's infrastructure and provide the performance and SLAs needed for “always-on” applications. This combination creates a single tier of infrastructure that reduces costs and eliminates complexity.
DataCore continues to track key VMware innovations and has committed to working with VMware on future technologies such as vSphere APIs for Storage Awareness (VASA), VVols, and others as they become available.